Charlotte Black Dogs (formerly known as Black Dog Appreciation Day & Black Dog Walk) enjoys doing the yearly FREE Family Event called "Paws in the Park".
"Paws in the Park" is one of the LARGEST Dog events in the Charlotte area and it brings the community together with FREE entertainment, business / arts & crafts vendors, food trucks, demonstrations, dog contests and over 20 Rescues & Shelters with dogs available for adoption.
On average, 300 dogs get adopted yearly through "Paws in the Park".
I’m extremely proud to be associated with Charlotte Black Dogs in a volunteer capacity. Since my first event with them about four years ago, I’ve seen them grow by leaps and bounds each and every year. It just gets BIGGER and BETTER every year! This is one of the, if not THE, most organized events you would ever want to participate in or attend. They are passionate, dedicated, and practice what they preach by having adopted numerous homeless dogs over the years. I hope to see YOU at the next event!
A great organization that helps black dogs find homes.
Such great work for a cause that doesnt get enough attention!
Charlotte Black Dogs is life saving for our community. They are extremely engaged within our community providing education against the Black Dog Syndrome. Without this non profit, a higher number of canines would end up/remain in the shelters unadopted.
Great organization to help animals. Family fun event. I enjoy going every year.
As an owner of a small rescue Charlotte Black Dogs has been instrumental in bringing the rescue community together as one voice to assist and support awareness, education and finding furever families for dogs who have been saved from kill shelters, abandonment and abuse.
Donna and her organization have become partners and friend and could not speak more highly of her group. Love them!
Charlotte Black Dogs is a wonderful organization that does a great job of bringing awareness to the challenges black dogs face getting adopted. Their Paws in the Park event every Spring is a fun filled family event that enables rescue groups from across the area to bring their black dogs to meet prospective adopters. This is the only event in the area that brings awareness to black dog syndrome.
A wonderful organization bringing awareness to black dog syndrome. They put on a great event each year called Paws in the Park. We love it!
Charlotte Black Dogs does a great job of bringing awareness to the circumstances surrounding the rescue and adoption of black dogs. Their events are professionally organized and managed. They are a team player when it comes to working with other charities, rescues, and vendors. I always look forward to working with them as a volunteer for another rescue group.
I have been a vendor at Paws in the Park for the last four years.
The event is very well organized and a lot of fun to attend.
I am looking forward to participating again next year.
I learned about this group this past spring and decided to become a vendor and help support their wonderful work that they do for our fur babies. They place a lot of time and effort into ensuring the animals are taken care of as well as help others find the perfect fur baby for their home.
There are very few groups that I've met that are as dedicated to the life and well being of abandoned dogs as Charlotte Black Dogs. They work hard every day to care for and home dogs most likely to be overlooked. I was involved with their dog event a few years back and it was great to see such support and dedication as this group. If you could spend 5 minutes looking into them, I think you'll agree. Please give a few minutes to support them. I was honored to be involved.
This organization has such a wonderful mission and we love being part of their annual event.
Charlotte Black Dogs is the best. This organization has brought so much awareness to black dogs and what great pets they are. Black dogs often are overlooked in the adoption process because they have the stigma as not always being the cutest or the most friendly.
Great group who really informed the public about the hardest adopted group, Black Dogs! I’ve had 4 at a time and all sorts of breeds. They do a wonderful event every spring.